|Santa Fe Trail|
From Wikipedia: The film loosely follows the life of J.E.B. Stuart (Errol Flynn) before the outbreak of the American Civil War. Among its sub-plots include a romance with the fictional Kit Carson Holliday (Olivia de Havilland), friendship with George Armstrong Custer (Ronald Reagan), and battles against abolitionist John Brown (Raymond Massey). http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0033021/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Fe_Trail_(film)
Keywords: western; santa fe trail; Ronald Reagan; Errol Flynn; Olivia de Havilland; Raymond Massey
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|Santa Fe Trail|
The year is 1854. Robert E. Lee is Superintendent of West Point, where J.E.B. Stuart (Errol Flynn) and George A. Custer (Ronald Reagan) are classmates. In the dormitory, one of the cadets (Van Heflin) reads aloud the secession-promoting pamphlets of abolitionist John Brown. At graduation, the address is given by Secretary of War Jefferson Davis. J.E.B. Stuart and Custer are assigned to the 2nd Cavalry in the Kansas territory, where they have to deal with John Brown...
Keywords: Errol Flynn; Ronald Reagan; Civil War; western; Robert E. Lee; Van Heflin; Olivia de Havilland; Alan Hale; Raymond Massey; pdmovies
Downloads: 180,872 (7 reviews)
|MOV092: "Oh Fiddle-de-de" - COL Media|
Itâs the 92nd reel of COL Movies, Join us as we take a realllllllly looooooooooonnnnggg look at the longest movie to ever win a best picture oscar 1939's movie that put the explatives in epic "Gone With The Wind" Next up on the block we take a look at yet another "Found Footage" film "Chronicle" Are we happy that we found it? Lastly we take a Jump on over to Jump street.. that's right its another remake and this time they are resurrecting the late 80's hit TV show of the same name? Will we be J...
Keywords: Gone With The Wind; Geoge Cukor; Sam Wood; Clark Gable; Vivian Leigh; Olivia de Havilland; Leslie Howard; Chronicle; Josh Trank; Dane DeHaan; Alex Russel; Michael B. Jordan; 21 Jump Street; Phil Lord; Chris Miller; Jonah Hill; Channing Tatum; Ice Cube
|OTRAAwards - PDGazette|
This is a collection of most of the Academy Award-winning films adapted to radio by Lux Theater between 1935 and 1955 when it sadly ceased production in America. The focus here is on awards given for best film, director, lead or supporting actor, or screenplay. Source of these files is Archive's Old-Time Radio section. Also included are other old-time radio production sources of future award winners -- NBC University Theater (Howards End, The Grapes of Wrath, et al), and appropriately, Academy A...
Keywords: OTR; Academy Award; Lux Theater; NBC University Theater; Cary Grant; Claudette Colbert; Bette Davis; Ingrid Bergman; Walter Huston; Humphrey Bogart; Olivia De Havilland; Gloria Swanson; William Holden; Linda Darnell; James Stewart; Rosalind Russell
|Santa Fe Trail (1940)|
J.E.B. Stuart (Errol Flynn) and Custer (Ronald Reagan) are assigned to the 2nd Cavalry in the Kansas territory. Once there they have to deal with John Brown before the Civil War. They both also fall for Kit Carson Holliday (Olivia de Havilland). Mystic Nights Videos
Keywords: Errol Flynn; Olivia de Havilland; Raymond Massey; Ronald Reagan; Alan Hale; William Lundigan; Van Heflin; Gene Reynolds; Henry O'Neill; Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams; Alan Baxter; John Litel; Moroni Olsen; David Bruce; Hobart Cavanaugh; Susan Peters; Mystic Nights Videos
|GOING COMMANDO! with MAE ASWELL and MAREN McCONNELL3 - 5-6-12 - MAE ASWELL|
Things occasionally get a wee tad raucuous as the hot'n'sexy MICHAEL TAYLOR GRAY brings his glorious HE-vage to the GOING COMMANDO! show! Michael joins us to promote his upcoming performance as Joan Crawford in BITCHSLAP! at the Macha Theatre in Hollywood opening May 11... Get the juice on Ms. Crawford, Bette Davis, Hedda Hopper, Barbara Stanwyck, and other legendary figures of Hollywood history! PLUS! Learn how you can make your OWN Joan Crawford eyebrows! Other things pondered include broadcas...
Keywords: GOING COMMANDO; MAE ASWELL; MAREN McCONNELL; MICHAEL TAYLOR GRAY; BITCHSLAP!; PRETTYTHESERIES.COM; MACHA THEATRE; CELEBRATION THEATRE; JOAN CRAWFORD; BETTE DAVIS; HEDDA HOPPER; BARBARA STANWYCK; BETTE MIDLER; MARLENE DIETRICH; OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND; DEE W. EYE; KAY SEDIA; CASSIE ROLLE; TUPPERWARE; CAL INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS; WALT DISNEY; TABASCO; THE HELP; OPRAH; THE COLOR PURPLE; MAEâS MAMAâS VAJAYJAY
|Episode 108: Behind the Vicarage [Dawn of the Planet of the Apes; The Films of 1948] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
With a serious dearth of new releases this week, we've decided to go back in time to the cinema of 1948, giving our top tens, favourite performances, and disappointments from the year, which drags out the episode to a typically strenuous length. Meanwhile, there's a trio of deaths in the film world, and a Franco double bill, which includes nuclear romance "Grand Central" and Fanny Ardant in bourgeois drama "Bright Days Ahead." Pete's rundown of the latter of those threatened to be as candid as t...
Keywords: tom rolf; elaine stritch; james garner; murphy's romance; john wayne; red river; montgomery clift; sally field; martin ritt; dawn of the planet of the apes; matt reeves; cloverfield; the imitation game; benedict cumberbatch; keira knightley; begin again; david fincher; gone girl; rosamund pike; gary oldman; jason clarke; bright days ahead; review; podcast review; oscar podcast; film podcast; not here to be loved; grand central; tahar rahim; lea seydoux; rebecca zlotowsky; 1948; the films of 1948; the red shoes; the treasure of the sierra madre; the fallen idol; bicycle thieves; hamlet; laurence olivier; letter from an unknown woman; the snake pit; olivia de havilland; germany year zero; roberto rossellini; ingrid bergman; joan of arc; 3 godfathers; rope; they live by night; nicholas ray; port of call; ingmar bergman